3. “It is important to find a balance of Yin and Yang, not just in qigong, but in everyday life. In movement, seek stillness and rest. In rest, be mindful and attentive.” – Ken Cohen

4. “The dance between darkness and light will always remain—the stars and the moon will always need the darkness to be seen, the darkness will just not be worth having without the moon and the stars.” – C. JoyBell C.

5. “Yin and Yang is more than just a concept of opposites, it is the beginning of all things, an energy, a wholeness.” – Gary Erickson

6. “Yin and Yang are the essences of all life.” – Anonymous

7. “The world is, was, will always be filled with good and evil, because good and evil is the Yin and Yang of the human condition.” – Philip Zimbardo

8. “Yin and Yang, male and female, strong and weak, rigid and tender, heaven and earth, light and darkness, thunder and lightning, cold and warmth, good and evil—the interplay of opposite principles constitute the universe.” – Confucius

9. “The heart of a human being is no different from the soul of heaven and earth. In your practice, always keep in your thoughts the interaction of heaven and earth, water and fire, Yin and Yang.” – Morihei Ueshiba

10. “Yin and Yang—the dualities that make us human. As though our lives play out on an immense balance scale—move one way, the scale tips to the left, but move the other, and it swings around to the right.” – Abramelin Keldor

11. “My soul has been severed in two, like Yin and Yang, these parts interlace. Only, both are beasts.” – Ilse V. Rensburg

12. “When one teaches, two learn.” – Robert Heinlein

13. “Yin and Yang are the two opposites which control the universe and thus the human body.” – George Lucas

14. “The light is the left hand of darkness.” – Ursula K. Le Guin

15. “Yin and Yang control man’s actions, and both extremes are a natural reaction.” – Ray Davies

16. “When I saw that combination of grace and power, the fast and the soft, the yin and the yang, that’s what I’d been looking for.” – Lou Reed

17. “He was the Yin to my Yang, the sparkly jumpsuit to my Elvis.” – Brooke Moss

18. “Yang is forever chasing Yin, and Yin is forever running up behind Yang.” – Sally Painter

19. “Life gives us a bunch of choices because everything is a matter of perception. Where some see the light, others see darkness. Where some feel openness and expectation, others feel fear and danger. Where some are influenced by Yin, others are dominated by Yang. Where some are guided by trust, others are confined into suspicion.” – Erik Pevernagie

20. “Love is a meeting of two souls, fully accepting the dark and the light within each other.” – Anonymous

21. “There is no life without death. That is the true meaning of Yin and Yang.” – Lisa See

22. “All in the eye of the beholder—some of the most destructive forces in the world—fire and water—can also have the power of beauty.” – Martin R. Lemieux

23. “We are not meant to be perfect, we are meant to be whole.” – Jane Fonda

24. “Pain and pleasure are the Yin and Yang of love.” – J. Earp

25. “Yin and Yang are one vital force—the primordial aura.” – Wang Yangming

26. “I nurture my feminine energy and honor my Yin power.” – Amy Leigh Mercree

27. “Often, the truly great and valuable lessons we learn in life are learned through pain. That’s why they call it ‘growing pains.’ It’s all about yin and yang.” – Fran Drescher

28. “Countless words count less than the silent balance between Yin and Yang.” – Laozi

29. “It takes two to Tao.” – Ana Claudia Antunes

30. “Yin is moist, weak, feminine; Yang is strong, dry, masculine.” – George Lucas

31. “All things carry Yin and embrace Yang. They reach harmony by blending with the vital breath.” – Laozi

32. “Yin and Yang are the left and right hands of the infinite —creator, destroyer, and reproducer of everything that exists.” – George Ohsawa

33. “The motion of Yin and Yang generates all things in nature.” – Meh Jiuzhang and Guo Lei

34. “There’s eternal opposition between Yin and Yang. No third party at all, but treason occurs sometimes.” – Toba Beta

35. “Good necessitates evil and the two sides of that disk are not always clearly marked.” – Ann Leckie

36. “Yin is stronger and more abundant than yang, but yang is more obvious and active. There is more water on earth than fire, for example, but fire phenomena such as lightning are more exciting and attract more attention.” – Daniel Reid

37. “Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to avoid the force of the attack upon your body, mind, or emotions, and apply your response to the weak point. In other words, yield to the Yang and push on the Yin.” – Jan Kauskas

38. “The motion of Yin Yang is a circular one—more a spiraling one—ever-changing between one phase and the other. As Yin fulfills itself, inherent within it are the seeds of Yang, and vice versa.” – Rodney L. Taylor

39. “Given a choice I want to do a Yin and Yang tattoo on the middle of my chest and right next to my heart.” – Daisy Shah

40. “Nothing is completely Yin nor is it completely Yang. All things in the material universe contain the seed of their opposite force. Therefore, Yin can become Yang and Yang can also become Yin, though both Yin and Yang are needed for the whole to be complete.” – Chang Sok Suh

41. “So, my message is in whichever realm, be it going into space or going into the deep sea, you have to balance the yin and yang of caution and boldness, risk aversion and risk-taking, fear, and fearlessness.” – James Cameron

42. “Yin and Yang are wonderful concepts, the balance, and harmony of life.” – Chris Mimnagh

43. “In the black, there is some white, in the wrong, there is some right, in the dark, there is some light, in the blind, there is some sight.” – Abhinyana

44. “Of the ways to achieve success, expanding and contracting in accordance with the Yin and the Yang is the most precious.” – Zhong Guan

45. “It’s the perfect balance between Yin and Yang that created a big bang and all things in essence.” – Ana Claudia Antunes

46. “In a Yang, there is always a Yin. And in a Yin, there is always a Yang.” – Larry Sang

47. “When there is harmony, Yin balances the Yang and Yang balances the Yin.” – Brendan Kelly

48. “For you are more than just a thought. You are my everything. You are my Yin as I am your Yang. Together, we make the world go round.” – Angelia Bailey

49. “Yin and Yang in themselves are of course opposites, so we use Yin and Yang to generalize opposing elements such as up and down, left and right, day and night, water and fire, male and female, inside and outside. But Yin and Yang do not exist in separated and independent forms. Yin and Yang are two faces of a whole, or, it may be said, Yin and Yang, join together and combine into a whole.” – Jinghan He

50. “The Yin and the Yang are opposite forces. Yet, they exist together in the harmony of a perfect orb.” – R.A. Wise

51. “Freedom without discipline is foolish, discipline without freedom is insanity.” – Ilona Mialik

52. “According to the Theory of Yin and Yang, everything in the universe consists of two opposing forces, yet they are deeply connected at a commonplace called balance.” – Angellia Moore

53. “The most important thing is to maintain the balance between the constantly moving good and evil. If you lean too much in either direction, it becomes difficult to maintain actual morals. Indeed, the balance itself is good.” – Haruki Murakami

54. “The Yin and Yang have to coexist to bring balance, peace, and harmony or Feng Shui to your life.” – Angellia Moore

55. “If you want to live a balanced life, you must admit human nature is Yin and Yang, day and night, love and hate, you can’t reject it. It’s all about embracing it and celebrating the fact that we are weak, and out of that emerges great power.” – Adam Darski

56. “Yin and Yang are manifest everywhere, except at the very center of being, the perfect point of balance, at that infinite moment where the future becomes the past.” – Robert Tisserand

57. “You make sexiness strong by balancing it out: something familiar with something unfamiliar, something masculine with something feminine, something streamlined with something rococo. It’s a Yin and Yang. Women are made of layers, your mood shifts, no one is neither one extreme nor the other.” – Michael Kors

58. “You’ve already met them, actually. Twee and La, your Moon and Ocean, have always circled each other in an eternal dance. They balance each other. Push and pull. Life and death. Good and evil. Yin and Yang.” – Michael Dante DiMartino

59. “The Pentacle—the ancients envisioned their world in two halves—masculine and feminine. Their gods and goddesses worked to keep a balance of power. Yin and Yang. When male and female were balanced, there was harmony in the world. When they were unbalanced there was chaos.” – Dan Brown

60. “The reason as to why we are attracted to our opposites is because they are our salvation from the burden of being ourselves.” – Kamand Kojouri

61. “You know, Yin and Yang represent harmony of opposites. Man, woman, dark, light.” – Christopher Keyser

62. “The essence of Yin and Yang centers on the tension between two halves of a whole that are both divided and connected.” – Angellia Moore

63. “So it is said, for him who understands Heavenly joy, life is the working of Heaven; death is the transformation of things. In stillness, he and the Yin share a single Virtue; in motion, he and the Yang share a single flow.” – Zhuangzi

64. “Let us give thanks for our shadows for they are there in the first place because of the presence of light.” – Kamand Kojouri

65. “Within each of us lies conflicting forces: Yin and Yang, light and dark, good and evil.” – David Slack

66. “Yang enlivens a living room with activity.” – Sally Painter

67. “The devil in you and the angel in you both curate the best life for you, but you make it harder on both of them when you acknowledge only one of them. I like to see them both and give each their due honors.” – C. JoyBell C.

68. “Heaven and earth are constant and there is one Yin and one Yang. Yang is heaven’s virtue and Yin is heaven’s use of punishments.” – Robin Wang

69. “How I spend my time is my right but in the end, it still affects those I don’t leave time for. There’s a Yin and Yang in life. But people seriously don’t ever realize it until it’s too late.” – Rachel Van Dyken

70. “The Tao gives birth to One. One gives birth to Yin and Yang. Yin and Yang give birth to all things. The complete whole is the complete whole. So also is any part the complete whole, but forget about understanding and harmonizing and making all things one. The universe is already a harmonious oneness; just realize it.” – Laozi

71. “Accept your dark side, understanding it will help you to move with the light. Knowing both sides of our souls, helps us all to move forward in life and to understand that perfection doesn’t exist.” – Martin R. Lemieux

72. “Half and half equals one. And if already divided, left they are as two halves for they’re broken-hearted.” – Ana Claudia Antunes

73. “On the blank leaf glued to the inner back cover I drew the double curve within the circle, and blacked the yin half of the symbol, then pushed it back to my companion. ‘Do you know that sign?’” – Ursula K. Le Guin

74. “Without people pushing against your quest to do something worth talking about, it’s unlikely to be worth the journey. Persist.” – Seth Godin

75. “Yin Yang is the symbol of life.” – Sally Painter

76. “If there’s too much energy in a room, blame Yang, not Yin.” – Sally Painter

77. “When you expect something, when you aim at something, right there you dilute your energy; you split your energy, you split your attention and it becomes more than the place of Yin and Yang. You do not only divide, but you create the problem.” – Taizan Maezumi

78. “Yin provides restive energy for a bedroom.” – Sally Painter

79. “When we practice sacred sexuality we are working with cosmologically rooted principles, balancing the heavenly Yang—male energy—of the universe with the all-knowing, life-giving Yin—feminine energy—of the earth within ourselves.” – Taylor

80. “‘I’ll believe it if I see it,’ for dogs translates to, ‘I’ll believe it if I smell it.’ So, don’t bother yelling at them; it’s the energy and scent they pay attention to, not your words.” – Cesar Millan

81. “Qigong therapy, as well as other branches of Chinese medicine, can be reduced to two simple principles: the cleansing of meridians to achieve harmonious energy flow, and the restoration of yin yang balance.” – Wong Kiew Kit

82. “Everything is made up of yin and yang energy.” – Sally Painter

83. “Yang energy is attracted to light and activity.” – Sally Painter

84. “Children and pets generate powerful yang energy.” – Sally Painter

85. “Remember the balance; the give-and-take of energy. The symbol of Yin and Yang is more than the integration of male and female. It’s also the balance of light and dark, soft and hard, active and passive, in and out, giver and receiver. You can’t have one without the other.” – Brownell Landrum

86. “Too much yin energy in a home brings about lethargy.” – Sally Painter

87. “To advance in your career, you need a boost of yang energy.” – Sally Painter

88. “There is energy all around us. The energy is both Yin and Yang, positive energy and negative energy.” – Michael Dante DiMartino

89. “The journey of the development of the ability of transmutation, is quite the journey to be on! First, you awaken to the darkness that is in you, then you learn to accept it, then you learn to marry it with your light, and then, finally, you learn how to harness the dark energy through your bright energy in order to transmute any darkness into brightness, into light and lightness.” – C. JoyBell C

90. “In the West when you talk about Yin and Yang, people normally think of Yin and Yang as something that’s linear. But in the east, we tend to think of Yin and Yang as circles. They’re two circles that actually can lie on top of each other, yet they remain separate.” – Frederick Lenz

91. “It’s kind of the Yin and Yang that fascinate me. That for all the evil men do, there are also people who work obnoxiously long hours and sacrifice their personal lives because it is a calling—if they don’t keep our streets safe if they aren’t there to advocate for and save beaten women and children and murder victims, who will?” – Lisa Gardner

92. “Chasing your tail is an appropriate description of Yin and Yang.” – Sally Painter

93. “Sasuke is always in the corner of my mind. Naruto and Sasuke progress as a pair. So when I write about Naruto, I always have to think about Sasuke. They are on opposite sides of the spectrum, like Yin and Yang.” – Masashi Kishimoto

94. “We’re very yin and yang, neither one of us really treads on each other’s toes. She’s this wizard of the rhythm world, and I know nothing about that, but I can dabble with melody and lyrics and that’s something she doesn’t really have any interest in. We complement each other in that way.” – Taraka Larson

95. “Clutter and Yin go together like a soup and sandwich.” – Sally Painter

96. “Nature is about balance. All the world comes in pairs—Yin and Yang, right and wrong, men and women; what’s pleasure without pain?” – Angelina Jolie

97. “We are only different because there exists something to be different from, and it is this difference that bonds us.” – Chris Matakas

98. “The dreams of existence that we call time, space, matter, subject, object, Yin, yang—everything flows forth from this tai chi.” – Frederick Lenz

99. “Because every portion of the body, mind, and spirit yearns for the integration of Yin and yang, angelic intercourse is led by the spirit rather than the sexual organs.” – Laozi

100. “There is a difference between a good society and a society that fakes goodness.” – Kirtida Gautam

101. “Never be so afraid of that you stop taking actions.” – Kirtida Gautam

102. “Eating organic for good health and spending your day sitting down using a wireless computer that is next to a WiFi router is a classic case of Yin and Yang.” – Steven Magee

103. “A tai chi principle: if you don’t want someone to run away from you, run away from them first. Become Yin to make them become Yang. I’m not sure why it works, but almost always they’ll follow you like air filling a vacuum.” – Rick Riordan

104. “Penetrating to a place where heaven and earth have not yet divided, where Yin and Yang have not yet arrived, I quickly and necessarily gain effect.” – Takuan Soho

105. “Yin and Yang. Big and small. You and me.” – Hilary Bader

106. “Life is a never-ending cycle of Yin and Yang.” – Sally Painter

107. “I feel like I always had a Yin and Yang experience with music. I’ve always been able to rock out, and then I’ve always had to take piano lessons, too.” – Son Lux

108. “I’ve gone pretty high at times so I think the Yin Yang of that is going pretty low.” – Rick Springfield

109. “If we sometimes lie and sometimes tell the truth, no one can be certain what they are hearing at any given time. Like Yin and Yang, truth and lies are inseparable, each containing a seed of the other, no words are ever entirely true or entirely untrue.” – Chloe Thurlow

110. “When it comes to Yin and Yang, it’s a relationship of dependency since neither can exist without the other.” – Sally Painter

111. “You spoke your words as though you denied the very existence of the shadows or of evil. Think, now: where would your good be if there were no evil and what would the world look like without shadow?” – Mikhail Bulgakov

112. “Yin and Yang are female and male, forever swimming in a circle.” – Sally Painter

113. “Everywhere, even in the blackest abyss, he believed one might witness the divine. The shadows and contrast―absence itself―as important as the light and marble, for one cannot exist without the other.” – Eowyn Ivey

114. “An objective viewpoint was beyond her; she was single-minded to a fault.” – Alison Weir

115. “We hide him from the world; we deny ever having met this least among the lowly in ourselves and had it been God himself who drew near to us in this despicable form, we should have denied him a thousand times before a single cock had crowed.” – C. G. Jung

116. “It is impossible for Yang to go over to the dark side.” – Sally Painter

117. “Your greatest attribute, that which allows you to accomplish most in life and the most treasured aspect of your being will often be the source of your greatest suffering.” – Chris Matakas

118. “What goes around comes around when speaking of Yin and Yang.” – Sally Painter

119. “This symbol is perfect since the white and black are embracing each other; inside the white, there is a black point and inside the black, there is a white point.” – Tiziano Terzani

120. “Meditation can balance your yin and yang energies.” – Sally Painter

121. “The feminist anti-pornography movement, no less than the feminist movement of a century ago, encourages the assumption that male and female sexuality, and possibly morality, are as unlike as Yin and Yang.” – Barbara Ehrenreich

122. “We are the yin and the yang of the creative process.” – Cynthia Weil

123. “Life is like a Yin Yang. Whatever you see, whoever you meet—every person who enters in your life has two sides, it depends on us which side we see—black or white.” – Deepak Joshi

124. “Words and pictures are Yin and Yang. Married, they produce a progeny more interesting than either parent.” – Dr. Seuss

125. “Sex is life: the act of creation in pleasure, the loss of oneself in another, the coming together of opposites in a temporary union of Yin and Yang, that creates something other than either. What is life if not this?” – Frederick Lenz

126. “East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.” –

127. “If you need to energize a room, add a Yang element.” – Sally Painter

128. “Yin and Yang are the sources of power and the beginning of everything in creation.” – Huang-Ti

129. “Will and I are Yin and Yang. He’s all sky, vast, and bright, and soaring, and I’m all earth. I’m here to ground him, and he’s here to help me fly.” – Jada Pinkett Smith

130. “It’s not about binary but awareness of Oneness riddle. Between two extremes, I choose the way in the middle.” – Ana Claudia Antunes

131. “Decluttering helps Yin and Yang become balanced once more.” – Sally Painter

132. “Yin and yang are descriptive terms that are used to describe all levels of phenomena. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of an object. Yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect of an object.” – Paul Grilley

133. “What we are seeking is the nexus of all possible worlds and states of mind, which is within us. The source of Yin and Yang is within you.” – Frederick Lenz

134. “Yin and Yang are not oppositional but rather complementary forces. Yin and Yang are in no more conflict than the light of day is fighting the dark of night or the warmth of summer is battling with the cold of winter.” – Brendan Kelly

135. “Whenever you’re making a dark comedy, you’re always looking for the Yin and Yang in an actor.” – Jamie Babbit

136. “This is a concept that western culture has forgotten: everything is one! The idea of dichotomy is deeply wrong and nothing is better than a great symbol of China, the Tao, the wheel of Yin and Yang that represents life.” – Tiziano Terzani

137. “This is like saying that you are going to make Heaven your master and do away with Earth, or make Yin your master and do away with Yang. Obviously, it is impossible.” – Zhuangzi

138. “Yin and Yang has been regarded by the Chinese as an important principle for harmonizing conflicting principles, and it can help harmonize people’s minds when faced with what seem to be irreconcilable conflicts in their religious identity.” – John B. Cobb

139. “Femininity doesn’t always relate to being a woman and masculinity doesn’t always relate to being a man; it’s a quality of being-ness. Women have to portray the quality of masculinity; society wants it to be like a man; not necessarily male but like a man. If that makes sense—in nature itself, there’s Yin and Yang, there’s masculine and feminine.” – Hamid Drake

140. “The physical universe was created when Oneness became duality, and we can see this duality, this Yin and Yang, everywhere in the universe, in every atom, every action, and in every function of the human body.” – Robert Tisserand

141. “Perfection is the duality of light and darkness.” – Ray Billington

142. “The division yin and yang pervades all culture, history, economics, nature itself; modern Western versions of sex discrimination are only the most recent layer.” – Shulamith Firestone

143. “There can be only one when Yin and Yang come together.” – Sally Painter

144. “Now, I know I am not a craftsman, but greatness is in the act of creation and not necessarily in the finished product. Creating is the Yin to the yang of our consumption and the doorway to beauty that we all want to walk through. Creating is how I tell the world I love it.” – Kevin Hearne

145. “Responsibility and trust—these two are like Yin and Yang, together perfectly complete, and each one requiring the presence of the other. The next time you mistrust someone, consider this—does that person feel responsible for you in any way? If the answer is yes, then go ahead and trust them. Very likely, they are looking out for your best interest.” – Vera Nazarian

146. “She was the Ying, he was the Yang. They grew with each other’s differences and that’s true love.” – Sylvester Mcnutt

147. “Zero is powerful because it is infinity’s twin. They are equal and opposite, yin and yang. They are equally paradoxical and troubling. The biggest questions in science and religion are about nothingness and eternity, the void and the infinite, zero and infinity. The clashes over zero were the battles that shook the foundations of philosophy, of science, of mathematics, and of religion. Underneath every revolution lay a zero—and an infinity.” – Charles Seife

148. “There are no greater adversaries than Yin and Yang because nothing in Heaven or on Earth escapes them. But it is not Yin and Yang that do this, it is your heart that makes it so.” – Zhuangzi

149. “The circle of life cannot be broken, since Yin and Yang cannot survive without each other.” – Sally Painter

150. “The relationship between Yin and Yang is that of a partnership. The universe would be impossible without their interaction.” – John B. Cobb

151. “To reach nirvana, your chi must be in perfect balance.” – Sally Painter

152. “You know us. Chocolate and peanut butter, Yin and Yang, Tarzan and Jane. Okay, maybe not the pulling hair, jungle love of it all.” – Jerry Siegel

153. “An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.” – Mahatma Gandhi

154. “There was neither dark nor bright, neither yin nor yang. With yin and yang not as yin or yang, and further divided into the four seasons.” – Chenyang Li

155. “Nature is the way to understanding Yin Yang.” – Sally Painter

156. “I maintain nonetheless that Yin Yang dualism can be overcome. With sufficient enlightenment, we can give substance to any distinction: mind without a body, north without south, pleasure without pain. Remember, enlightenment is a function of willpower, not of physical strength.” – Bing Gordon

157. “Nothing stimulates our appetite for the simple joys of life more than the starvation caused by sadness or desperation. In order to complete our amazing life journey successfully, it is vital that we turn each and every dark tear into a pearl of wisdom, and find the blessing in every curse.” – Anthon St. Maarten

158. “No great accomplishment takes place, whether it be a movie or a deep ocean expedition, or a space mission, without a kind of dynamic equipoise between the two. Luck is not a factor. Hope is not a strategy. Fear is not an option.” – James Cameron

159. “Without the light, no chance; without the dark, no dance.” – Atwood Margaret

160. “By creating a healthy relationship between our own self, and balancing our in and yang energies, we’ll find harmony and fulfillment within.” – Heidi M. Morrison

161. “The sun works the day shift; the moon, the night shift.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

162. “Said the man to the sun, ‘How I wish you could shine your light on every day of my life!’ Said the sun to the man, ‘But only with the rain and the night could you recognize my light.’” – Marie Lu

163. “All being, it seemed, was built on opposites, on division. Man or woman, vagabond or citizen, lover or thinker—no breath could both be in and out, none could be man and wife, free and yet orderly, knowing the urge of life and the joy of intellect. Always the one paid for the other, though each was equally precious and essential.” – Hermann Hesse

164. “Embrace contradictions for they make up all of life: you will eternally be looking for yourself and seeking ways to lose yourself.” – Kamand Kojouri

165. “This is like murky water returning to clarity when settled, like a dusty mirror being restored to brightness when polished. That which is fundamental is as ever: without any lack.” – Liu Yiming

166. “Spiritual balance is tai chi. It is the center of things. It is the place where Yin and Yang meet. In the chakras, it is considered the heart chakra, Anahata.” – Frederick Lenz

167. “We are a product of love, so why stop loving ourselves and others.” – Vishwas Chavan

168. “If there is too much yang energy in a home, there will be restlessness.” – Sally Painter

169. “There is life, there is death, there is a coming out, there is a going back in—yet in the coming out and going back its form is never seen.” – Zhuangzi


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